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Workshop for the Blind

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rosenthaler Str. 39, 10117 Berlin
Mitte


The museum “workshop for the Blind” tells the story of Otto Weidt. Here the small producer Otto Weidt employed during the Second World War mainly blind and deaf Jews. They manufactured brooms and brushes, which are classified as “war effort” for the Wehrmacht. So many Jews were saved from deportation. Different life stories tell of Otto Weidt’s efforts to protect his Jewish workers from persecution and deportation. As the threat grew, he looked for some of them for hiding places. One of these places was located in the rooms of the present museum. Admission is free and it is open daily.


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